Griffiths, who scored in the 4-1 win over Aberdeen, was withdrawn after 58 minutes, pictured above, having also came off early in midweek in Israel against Hapoel Beer-Sheva.
“I’ve been struggling with my hamstring tendon since before we played Hapoel at home,” he said. “But I’ve battled through it. I will go away with Scotland, see the physios there and see what they are thinking. I always want to play for my country, I don’t want to let anybody down. Hopefully I can pull through and get a chance.”
Griffiths will head to Scotland with the blessing of Brendan Rodgers. “I managed to play 60 minutes today. In midweek I managed 55,” the 26-year-old said. “He is happy that I’m playing without it really hurting but now I will go and see the Scotland physios.”
There will also be concerns over Robert Snodgrass after the Hull City attacker collided with a post during the defeat by Manchester United. Snodgrass had to come off early in the second half and was replaced by fellow Scotland international Shaun Maloney.